The idea of a circular economy – or some aspects of it – may seem new and difficult depending on your background. We have therefore developed a series of presentations and tools to help you to a better understanding of how the circular approach applies to what you are engaged in.
The circular economy: a guide to the essentials.
Whether you are an entrepreneur, an economics-interested scientist or a science-interested economist or indeed working in supply chain, this overview gives you the essentials.
- The essential characteristics of a supply chain
- The four “spheres” the circular economy encompasses
- The two main cycles – and their connection points to each other
- Three elements that define the circular economy including carbon.
The circular economy: showing circularity on the balance sheet
This guide takes you through the points in the balance sheet where circularity can be accounted for.
- Sales income and circularity
- Capital invested in circularity
- Costs for non-circular materials handing
- Measures of progress towards circularity
Article series: accounting for sustainability
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